Charger – Confessions Of A Man Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon With today’s saturated metal scene, bands have to do something special to stand out above the herd. Some achieve this by writing great metal, even if formulaic, while others try

Green Carnation – A Blessing In Disguise Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Green Carnation took the metal world by surprise in 2001 with their superb opus Light of Day, Day of Darkness. They were a mostly unknown band before then, but their

Sonata Arctica – WinterHeart’s Guild Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. The band formerly known as Tricky Beans releases their latest album, WinterHeart’s Guild. Sonata Arctica, a Finnish power metal band, has been playing their brand of keyboard-heavy power metal since

Impaled – Medical Waste Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Well, it seems that Necropolis finally got their shit together and released this long over-due EP. What can I really say about Impaled? They quickly put a stranglehold on the

Hour Of Penance – Disturbance Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett The first thing that popped into my head after throwing in Disturbance was that it has American death metal splattered all over it. After that, I let the crunch sink into

Divine Empire – Nostradamus Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon If you’re like I am, then you prefer your death metal to be thrashy, rather than borrowing too much from the grindcore side of things. And if you’re like I

Hatesphere – Bloodred Hatred Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon After many, many months, the US is finally treated to the newest album by Danish thrashers Hatesphere, thanks to their signing with Century Media. Since hearing it, I’m pretty disappointed

Darkest Hour – Hidden Hands Of A Sadist Nation Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon With Darkest Hour’s new release, Hidden Hands of a Sadist Nation, I hope that the whole “are they metal or hardcore?” debate can finally be put to rest. One listen

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